Tag: party polls
Dr Afif Bahardin says he will propose a motion at the PKR Youth Congress this Friday for a complete rethink of party’s voting system.
Sabah PKR election director Rosli Masaliku says he was made to understand that the state election committee members will not take charge.
PKR election committee chairman Rashid Din says state election committee members are there to support the national committee members and not the other way around.
He will succeed PBS founder Joseph Pairin Kitingan who has been president for 33 years.
PKR election committee head Rashid Din says they have issued a warning letter to Akmal Nasir and do not intend to haul him up before the disciplinary board as requested by his challenger for the post.
The party vice-president says he has received a lot of calls asking him to take over as president after Mah Siew Keong announced he would not be defending his post.
Unofficial results in Kelantan put Rafizi Ramli at 5,211 votes and Mohamed Azmin Ali at 4,922, while in Terengganu Rafizi leads with 1,506 against 1,269.
The PKR Election Committee says he should show the video clip that he claimed proved his allegations.
Anwar Ibrahim also defends election committee, saying it is doing a 'generally' satisfactory job.
The PKR secretary-general says the decision to go digital in this year's party polls was made by the top leadership, not him alone.
A leader from the party's women's wing calls for an independent body to replace the current election committee.
The Gurun assemblyman claims the same individuals were involved in the incidents in Sungai Petani, Merbok and Jerai.
The PKR leaders, who are both vying to be deputy president, are seen smiling and chatting at a press conference today.
PKR's president-elect says there will be no sympathy for the two, who have been detained in Kedah, if they are proven guilty.
They are alleged to have solicited RM20,000 from a candidate for his name to be retained in the system, making him eligible to contest.
Sabah PKR vice-chairman Kenny Chua says story by online news portal 'based on hearsay'
It comes as calls grow for the removal of Mansor Othman as party members question the lack of PKR representatives in government positions.
PKR election committee chairman Rashid Din meanwhile says anyone who is not a criminal, a bankrupt or facing disciplinary action by the party can be a contestant.
Sungai Siput MP S Kesavan says Mohamed Azmin Ali never publicly declared his support for PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim as the next prime minister.
The PKR vice-president, who is contesting the deputy presidency in the upcoming polls, says divulging the developer's identity could lead to interference in the election.
PKR secretary-general urges candidates to avoid destructive campaigning in PKR polls.
State party chairman Mansor Othman says in the current political framework, the duo make the most ideal combination.
The party secretary-general says PKR has gone through a lot more in the past 20 years.
PKR division leaders who won in GE14 won’t get a free pass in the party polls, says a party source.
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